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How to Improve Your Memory

How to Improve Your Memory

AsapScience dishes out a handful of simple tips that we can follow which may help improve our memory, such as doing cardio exercises, eating healthy snacks, having healthy relationships, and having the right amount of challenges to stimulate our brains.

Treadly Treadmill

Treadly Treadmill

The Treadly is a treadmill for people who don’t have a lot of space in their home. It’s just 5″ thick and has a foldable handrail. It has a capacity of 250lb and lets you go up to 5mph. Instead of buttons, it uses zones on the belt to help you control the speed.

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Why Do We Sweat?

Why Do We Sweat?

Whether you ate spicy food, sprinted a mile, are anxious, or have a fever, your body is going to make some sweat. But what science is at play here? TED-Ed’s John Murnan explores the complicated inner workings of our bodies which cause perspiration.

EarJellies Earplugs

EarJellies Earplugs

EarJellies are made of a special kind of silicone that should make them 17 times softer than foam earplugs. They also conform better to your ear canal’s shape and exert very little pressure so you’ll barely feel they’re there. Each pack contains five sizes of earplugs.

Homeopathy Explained

Homeopathy Explained

“Faith can move mountains, but sugar water can’t cure cancer.” Kurzgesagt explains the basics and origins of homeopathy. It’s often touted as an alternative to expensive treatments, even though it often does nothing except make you think it’s doing something.

How Does Anesthesia Work?

How Does Anesthesia Work?

If you’ve ever had surgery, you know the strange sensation of counting backwards, then basically remembering until you wake up in recovery. TED-Ed explains the science behind modern anesthesia, and how they keep you from moving, feeling pain, or forming memories.

MyMedic Patrol First Aid Kit

MyMedic Patrol First Aid Kit

Designed to be used even by law enforcement officers, the Patrol is a compact and water-resistant first aid kit that will help you survive bleeding, burns, pain and even blocked airways. It measures just 10″x 7″x 5.5″ and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

LifeStraw Universal Water Bottle Filter

LifeStraw Universal Water Bottle Filter

LifeStraw brings its proven instant filtration technology to water bottles. The LifeStraw Universal is the first water bottle to have a two-stage filtration system. It comes with two different caps, so it fits inside most water bottles.

Dygma Raise Ergonomic Keyboard

Dygma Raise Ergonomic Keyboard

Created by a former eSports coach, the Raise is a gaming keyboard designed to split into two for a more comfortable typing position. Each half can also be used on its own, making it a viable option for left-handed users. Each half has four thumb keys and removable palm pads.

Quartz Self-Cleaning Water Bottle

Quartz Self-Cleaning Water Bottle

Quartz claims that its insulated bottle can keep tap water 99.99% free from bacteria and other microorganisms. It has an LED under its cap that emits ultraviolet light to kill or deactivate nasty germs. The LED fires up every 4 hours, and lasts up to 3 months per charge.

MOBOT Foam Roller Water Bottles

MOBOT Foam Roller Water Bottles

The perfect everyday accessory for fitness and active living, these recycled stainless steel water bottles incorporates a textured foam massage sleeve which makes quick work of muscle tension before or after a workout. Available in sizes from 18 oz to 40 oz.

Could We Cure Aging?

Could We Cure Aging?

Kurzgesagt follows up their earlier clip about the moral and ethical dilemmas of longer life with a video about scientific developments which could extend our lives – or the quality of our healthy years – much sooner than you might think.

Where Do Drugs Come From?

Where Do Drugs Come From?

While you might assume that modern day pharmaceuticals are all some kind of synthetic, many of them are derived from fungi, bacteria, plants, and other organic matter, each of which contains properties which can be beneficial to humans. MinuteEarth explains.

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How Bacteria Rule Your Body

How Bacteria Rule Your Body

It’s a nasty thought, but our bodies are teeming with billions of bacteria all of the time. At times, these microbes are helpful partners, doing things like digesting food, and at other times, they want to kill us. Kurzgesagt explores the delicate balance of the human microbiome.

Keychain Gryp

Keychain Gryp

The ultimate everyday carry for germaphobes, the Gryp is a germ-resistant silicone sleeve that attaches to your keyring and allows you to use your fingertips to grip doorknobs, hold handles, push ATM machines, and use other public things without touching them directly.

I Just Do Eyes

I Just Do Eyes

Super Deluxe introduces us to Eric Lindsey of Prosthetic Artists, Inc. to go inside the artistry of creating prosthetic eyes for people who have lost theirs. Each eye must not only be perfectly fitted, but must be precisely painted to match the patient’s natural eye characteristics.

Onnit x Star Wars Fitness Equipment

Onnit x Star Wars Fitness Equipment

Go from Jabba the Hutt to Jango Fett with the help of Onnit’s Star Wars-themed equipment. The collection consists of three different kettlebells – Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Stormtrooper – a Han Solo yoga mat and a Death Star slam ball.

How to Measure Swimming Pool Pee

How to Measure Swimming Pool Pee

Mark Rober spoke with a couple of scientists to find out the average amount of pee in a swimming pool. The giveaway is the amount of artificial sweetener in pool water. And the unmistakable pool smell. Skip to 8:21 for the simplified formula.

Grayl Water Purifier Bottle

Grayl Water Purifier Bottle

Grayl uses an inner press and a replaceable filter cartridge to purify up to 16oz of water in one go. It removes 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, as well as most particulates, chemicals and heavy metals. The cartridge lasts for about 300 uses or about 150L.

This Much Will Kill You 2

This Much Will Kill You 2

If you’re about to get 7,143 abdominal X-rays, better change your plans. That’s just one of the many lethal doses that Asapscience mentions in its video, which also includes stealthy killers like nutmeg and toothpaste.

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Adam Ruins Hospitals

Adam Ruins Hospitals

Adam Ruins Everything explains why healthcare is expensive in the US and practically anywhere else that has medical insurance. Hospitals jacked up their prices so that insurance companies get “discounts”, i.e. the original prices. Check out the show’s sources here.

Adam Doesn’t Ruin Pregnancy

Adam Doesn’t Ruin Pregnancy

Adam Ruins Everything kicks off its second season by debunking myths about babies and pregnancy. Like how it’s actually perfectly fine and highly probable for a woman to get pregnant in her late 30s. Check out his sources here.

Inversion Gaiter 2 Air Filter Masks

Inversion Gaiter 2 Air Filter Masks

Mask on. Aside from keeping you warm, JaMo Threads’ neck gaiters also have four layers of filters for air pollutants – three built-in and one replaceable filter. They also have exhalation valves, and come in four stylish colorways.

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Fan

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link Fan

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link is a fan, heater and air purifier in one. Its HEPA filter traps almost all allergens and pollutants, while the carbon layer gets rid of foul odors. The fan’s optional app keeps track of the filter’s status and much more.

Is Binge Watching Bad For You?

Is Binge Watching Bad For You?

Streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime have gotten us in the habit of watching an entire series in one marathon session. But is parking it in front of the boob tube for hours on end actually bad for your body and brain? AsapSCIENCE explores.

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